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Bj JOUX WILDER JENKINS. The Globe ta published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is Bent by mail at 1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone, No. 76. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the postoffice, Dur ham. N. C as mail matter as the second class. DUIUIAM, N. C. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1694 THE MAY MEETING. Chairman Simmons lias cal-ed the state democratic executive commit tee to meet in Raleigh May 10 to set the time for the state convention, aid discuss party matters. This meeting means not a little to the democratic party in this state. The bituition is grave enough to merit the best thought of the party. At this juncture one error, one un wise move will be costly. One of the questions that will con front the committee is the selection of a man to conduct the campaign, to direct the party forces. C hair man Simmons, it is presumed, will resign, because his time is taken up with the duties of his office. He in t'ie last campaign proved himself the hardest and most efficient worker ever at the head of the committee. It would be good policy to induce him to remain chairman, if possible. But this is hardly probable. For the party to win in this cam paign there must be thorough organ ization and un parallel! effort. The 1892 campaign was the hardest fought in the history of the state. But this year's tight will be a harder one. The democrats have all the incu bus of hard times and business de pression to overcome, and the dem ocracy of the state is no longer in full sympathy with the national democracy. It will be a hard fight and a long tight, and a tight against odds. A FLEA I'OK A CHANGE. The state press association has been a football for the colleges fjr a month. First the 23d and 21 -h of May was settled upon a3 the time for the meeting, and that gave us all an op portunity to hear Bryan speak at the commencement of the State nor mal and industrial school on the 22d. But the people in charge of the laying of the corner stone of the Confederate monument at Raleigh decided on the 2 2d as the date for the event, and cf course we all mi st be there. This necessitated a change in the date of the commencement ot the Greensboro school, which was set for a day later. Then the date of the press meeting was changed to the first week in June. But it happens that in the first week in June Hoke Smith speaks at Chapel Hill, and as Ilokus is right much ot a celebrity, the date was changed again. As it now stands, the meeting wi 1 beheld at Morganton June 13 and 11. Now on the tir.-t named date Sen ator George Gray, of Dele ware, will deliver the oration at Trmitv college. Senator Gray is known throughout the nation as one of its greatest in tellects and most entertaining ora tors. Naturally many of the editors will wish to hear Senator Grav, and as everyone else is asking for a change, The Globe a.ks that some arrangement be made so that the editors will not be deprivid of tlie! pleasure of hearing the senator from I , ! x a' if ware. 1 The Charlotte News States that i phnc;,l t 1 i- ii- y ,, i resident John rranklm Crowell ! ... . , . . ,. win leave trinity coaeLre 10 enuaire in literary work, but the friends of the college are hopini: lit will not i leave it at all. " ! New York puts a Choate in the cl hair of its constitutional conven-! b" reraalitd bV democrats themselves, , n, , . I bv the passage of a resolution filiinir the :OD, while leXas has a HoLr,rlor' " . , L& ,ue - pacaucy, but for some reason or other. tion hUVUUU1, j That man G.ndarmJs that we ' , read about 111 the dispatcnts has shot lots of people in his time. ' j- r - - The Postal Telegraph company has , moved into its new building at the corner of Broadway and Murray streets, New York. The structure is a magnificent specimen of arcbi-j tecture, and is fifteen stories high. ' The equipment of the new offices is said to be the most ccmpltte in the1 WOrld. The Wonderful grOWth Of . , . . . i , . iQis great leitgrapu company is easily accounted for in its ample capital, good management and un usual enterprise. It has not only j given a fast, accurate service, but has , .... ',i i ,, by real competition compelled the J 1 v Western Union company to make a service quicker and better than be- ; fore. Brisk, lively competition ben-' eflts the public. IIjC Atlanta v O in a . a thrilling ac- curacy is further shown in yesttr-; duvs issue: ''Miss Ilattie Williams, 'r ,.4 :n,. - n ' , througo Atlanta yesterday idternoon on iier way to Dallas, Tex., where ' a he- will attend the Southern Baptist ! convention as a representative ot the ! i; , AJ .,, if n'-i ' Cnarlottesville Observer. Miss Wil- liatiiS id a talented writer' Bu what is the fame of a City? j --- Senator Woolcott ha? been burned : ,t. , . i i c ' Waite and blackballed by the Me-; tropolitan club, all in one week, and lie 6 not dead yet. You can't throw that kind Of a man outside tje : breastworks. c r i . .. i , ouuie oi me exireujibi paptia ure ; calling toe benate LontemptiOie i and "Criminal." If these wild jour- ! .1.,..' ,;i; ,u,J i up, and, they 11 fell bad when the j Senate knows it. j - I The "I am a democrat' trade ; mark has been scratched off Colonel authorizing the secretary of the navy Dave Hill's bllsineS3 sign. The CO- to "se the appropriation of that amend i, i , j n: u: a ment made in 18S9 for a dynamite . , . j boat and fishing where he pleases. t , , i A London newspaper says that; 1 1 J u.ey id a cougressmmi iroin onio. We may expect soon to hear the same paper speaking of Breeken ridge as the Papal Ablegate. I " . . - i . M i .1 In consideration of the fact that Coxey is now on the minds of the country, the Mississippi river hts about decided not to have its an nual overflow. Those Alabama miners are deter mined that the iron mines shall get a move on 'em, it takes dvnainite to start the thing. Three deserters from Coxey 's army have the small pox, but then that's not so bad as being with Coxey. . There have not 3 et been discovered any armor plate sjandals in the Kelly shipyards at Dfs Moines. Breckenridge heartily hates the newspapers, and the papers cheer fully ret urn his kind feelings. Washington peopie are very much afraid that Coxey will take a likin to the town. ! It i getting time for Dr. Keeley to declare for free coinage of li chlo-! ride of gold. Frtd Grant haf newspaper. bought a Seattle The 1 rash Pile. In the Jewel Case. "I irot all around if," said t J.e firmer ' ! ri;i. "I was just outside the breastworks," murmured the gold bar pin. Stuck on the I'ole. Sambo "What dttt piece er paper flat teriug aijin dat pole ? Moses Ain't you ot no sense nigjer; dat's a telegram dat's got stuck. Tlie t omrades. "Shake," saivl Greece to Venezuela And 5? rjiL'htw ay they both shook The Committ niy Divi.ua Washington Post. A cenditiou urprccedentcd in ihe his t0r .f lL'e "Cnate 13 foucd ,n the tlcance r r rr w ittnn rf tint 1 . 1 lumuii.in vi i".u uuuy. uioir 10 Hie .. T A , iuiu ui .ui. iiuef, iiic pouuci com- . v plexioa of that committee is equally di- vided, and it would Le impossible lo mnke ! a rf port upon any political qut-stiou such as the tariff bill is ucdoubtedly consid- L . ' Uicour.-e.lms condition of affairs could this is not thought dtsirable on the part cf lhe maJV. Under the circumstances, therefore, the amendments reporte i Mon day by Mr JoDC3 wiU not be rcferred t0 the committee on finance. OPEMC THE SIXTH Tho Weeks' Tariff Debate Started by Hoar and Quay. THE PMTIXG OFFICE MATTER STILL ON Tlie K-solutioa of Senator Allen Looking Into the Arrest of C'oxev and Browne Asnain Goes Orer Work in Kotli Houses. Washington. May to. Mr. Kilg-ore promptly shut out everything else by demanding the regular order, aud after . ... , the call of committees the house r- solved itself into committee of the whole for the further consideration of the bil1 to purchase a site for the erec- t'on of a government printing office. ; Numerous suggestions and motions i were made, interspersed with points of order and parliamentary inquirers, Finally, in order to get the bill before the house and relieve the committee from the situation in which it had been plunged, J'ankhead moved that the bill beread and eacb section as read be stricken out The committee then rose, the bill was reported to the house and it was recommitted to the committee on pub- .. , .,, , , . , structing the committee to prepare a bill for the erection of a printing office oa laml owned by the United States, On motion by Cumniings, chairman of the committee on naval affairs, the house vent into committee of the whole, on the naval appropriotion bill, the year ending June 30, 1895. As ted, the bill carries a total appro- i pri .tion of t:-o,"ttJ, iG0, on estimates by the navy department of $27,051,278 I Tht nrmronriations for the current i i c- ycnr amounted to 22,104,001. Cum mi ngs briefly reviewed the provisions of the bill, and explained the reasons which moved the committee to make the appropriations recommended, in the course of this statement, Reed, interrupted, to ask whj7 the committee did not appropriate outright the $450,- 000 for three torpedo boats, instead of cruiser, for that purpose. Then at 5:io o'clock the committe rose and the house adjourned Uoar Opens the Sixth Week's Opens the Sixth Week's Debate. It required the usual call of senators to secure the presence of a quorom be fore the reading- of the day before's journal. llie credentials 01 John i-. uear, as senator elect from the state of Iowa, to succeed Senator Wilson, were pre sented by Mr. "Wilson, read and laid on the table, after ZSIr. IJoar making his usual criticism of their form. At 11:30 Mr. Harris moved to proceed to the consideration of the tariff bill. At the same moment, Mr. Allen, popu list, who had offered a resolution Mon day in regard to the arrest of Coxey and two subordinates, and which reso lution had pone over, rose to claim pre cedence for it. Allen, however, consented to his reso lution ffoincrover until today, and there upon the tariff bill was taken up for consideration and Mr . Hoar addressed the senate in opposition to it this be ing the opening- of the sixth week's de bate upon that measure. Hoar occupied the floor for two and a half hours. Quay then took the floor and deliv ered the sixth part of his speech against the tariff bill. Quay retained the floor until 4:40, when he yielded for a motion to pro ceed to execute business. The presiding-officer laid before the senate the credentials of of John Pat- ton, Jr., appointed as senator from Michigan, in place of the late Senator laid on th table. The senate then proceeded to the consideration of executive business,and atG:10 adjourned. FRANK JAMES FAINTED. At the Touch of a Vaccine Julll the Ex- Desperada Lost Consciousness. St. Louis, Mo., May 10. Frank 1 James, the surviving" brother of Jesse James, whose reputation for nerve was 3A ? i 1 seconu 10 110 muii , laiuteu yesieruay under so harmless a weapon as a vac cine quill. He came with his horses from Nash ville, Tenn., and was compelled to sub- mit to vaccination because of the pres ence of smallpox in the stables. As soon as the quill had touched his arm he fainted away, and it was some time before he revived. SENATOR CAREY HONORED. i lie Will Deliver the Chancellor's Oration at j Union College Commencement j Schenectady. N. Y., May 10. Hon. : Joseph M. Carey, United States senator , from Wyoming", was again selected as I honorary chancellor of Union univer sitv. and will deliver the chancellor's oration at the commencement of Union college on June 2; next. Senator Ca rev : T f f 1 1 . 1 is a prauuaie 01 u nion couejre. ciass sport on the Kentucky Turf, Lexixgtox, Ky., May 10. The see ond day of the Kcnttuky association spring eetinff found the track good. days sport was the dea l heat in the let-ner stake, betweeu Eugene Leisrhs Hardspunan f a V l ,f r 0:,,v- for the fonr and a half furlongs. Fair. Preceded by Showers. Wamungox, Mar 10. Fc recast fori rieorria Fair, preceded by showers near the coast: variable winds. . j For Alabama tienerally fair; wind ahif tingf to south. i 'v-::-'-. A YOUNG GIRL'S FORTUNE AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Nothing appeals so stronply to a mother' affection as her daughter just budding i: 1 womanhood. Following is an Instance: Vv da tighter. Blanche, now 15 years of age, 5 been terribly afflicted with nervousness, uy b id lost the entire use of her right arm. ' wai i n such a condition that we had to fc Iicr from school and abandon her muic su.is. In fact, we feared fct. Vitus dance, ar positive but for an Invaluable rv!; i3 would have had that terrible dDilctk : We had'employed physicians, butberecei. v nobeneSt from them. The nrst of last Aum: ;ii3 weighed but 75 pounds, and although sh as taken only three bottles o Nervine s-ir !io.v weighs 106 pounds; her nervousness ai symptoms of St. Vitus dance are entirv-ly pout she attends school regularly, and studies w i i comfort and ease. She has recovered coir.p?-; c aseof her arm. her appetite Is splendid, an. no money could procure for our daughter tin health Dr Miles Nervine has brought her. When my brother recommended the rem edy I had no faith in patent mecicir.es, uni vouJd not listen to him. but as a last resor he sent us a bottle, we began giving It- ti Blanche, and the effect was almost Immedi ate." Mrs. R- R. Bullock, Brighton. N. 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